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Moonshine by [Bartley, Regina]
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Length: 349 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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**Stand Alone Novel**
Recommended for ages 18+ due to graphic language, sexual content, and mature subject matter.

Innocence taken...
A tragedy happened...
A heart is left broken...
Is love enough to survive?

Shine Craven has to learn this the hard way. One tragic day leaves her questioning her strength and her sanity. She is left fighting an internal battle that she believes can't be won.

Her best friend thinks that he loves her enough to save her, but sometimes sweet words just aren't enough. Once he hears her secret, will he still believe that love will heal her or will the truth be too much for him to handle?

Sometimes when we are faced with such horrible events we force ourselves to overcome, but at what cost? Will he stay or will he go? Find out if love is enough.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1882 KB
  • Print Length: 349 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H2AI9G8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #290,836 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa731d714) out of 5 stars 62 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa76e833c) out of 5 stars Beautiful, Raw and Real June 3 2014
By B from Prisoners of Print - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Moonshine was the first book I’ve read by Regina Bartley. Since I was going in blind, I really had no idea what to expect. From the moment I met Shine and Ryker I was hooked. I had to keep reading, keep learning more about them and continue to follow their story. There was no lull, no place where things stopped or slowed for a while. There was only their emotional journey and my need to see it through to the end.

Shine was a beautiful disaster of a girl and I couldn’t help but feel that painful tug on my heartstrings every time she hurt. She had been through something terrible and the pain of that experience consumed her. Her emotional distress was incredibly written throughout the story, allowing me to be completely absorbed into her world. Ryker is the guy every girl wants. I quickly fell under his spell. Ryker’s whole world comes crashing down around him the day that Shine’s life changes forever. Despite his own suffering, he is sweet and kind and compassionate. He was a beautiful character and I absolutely enjoyed getting to know him.

Shine’s story was real and painful and at times devastating. I hurt for her and I cried for her. My heart broke and shattered and ached. Regina Bartley did such an amazing job putting to paper the events that haunt Shine and the reality of the inner conflict that developed as a result. The tragic moments of this story were handled with respect and grace. The characters felt honest and vulnerable and their emotions were entirely organic. From beginning to end I was invested in this book and never once felt disconnected from what was happening on the page. Moonshine left my heart raw but filled with love and light. This story was intense, emotionally overwhelming, and hopeful. Regina Bartley took me on a beautiful journey with Moonshine and I will definitely be reading more from this author.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa76740cc) out of 5 stars *WARNING* Serious amount of gushing about to happen... I LOVE this book!! Jan. 5 2014
By jen england - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Gut wrenching, breath-taking, truly moving and heart breakingly beautiful, Moonshine is a book that I will never ever forget.
This book was not what I expected and it was also unlike any other book I have read this year. For these reasons and the fact that it is absolutely superbly written, it made it on my top list of books from 2013.

I absolutely adore both Moon (Ryker) and Shine's characters, they crept into my heart and my head then stayed there even after I had finished the book, for me that's a sure sign of a good story.

You cant beat a book with a dual point of view, I love that we get to be inside both Shine and Moons heads. Especially with a story of this nature, the dual POV really helps to understand how each of the characters is dealing with 'THE SECRET' (no spoilers here!) and how it can effect more than just the person the tragedy has happened to.
Regina Bartley doesn't skip or gloss over what has happened nor does she dive straight into a happy ever after, oh no, she gets to the nitty gritty and allows you to see the internal struggle the characters go through and the pain they are feeling.

Moonshine had me crying my eyes out, you see the thing is, you cant help but be sucked into this story from the first word to the last word and you feel the characters pain right along with them.

Bradley (AKA Johnny) is Shine's friend who gives us a whole different dimension to this story. He is a big part of Shine's recovery and comes equipped with his own set of tragedy's. He also causes alot of twists in the book, the first one I was like BooM ok I wasn't expecting that and then he leaves us with a DAMN BOOM that I wasn't expecting but was just so right for this story.

Overall I LOVED this book HARD. It is an absolute MUST READ that I cant recommend enough and so I give it 5 BIG BOOK LOVE STARS!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa77b6600) out of 5 stars Moonshine Review July 26 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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I loved this book!!! It was so sad though. My husband would come in while I was crying and I would start telling about the parts of the book I just read. He then would tell me to stop reading it then. I told him no, I need to find out what happens. It was a great ending. I was so happy that Shine and Moon were able to get past everything and be together. Thank you Regina for an amazing story!!!!!!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa730d948) out of 5 stars Good moral. Jan. 8 2014
By C. Reader V - Published on
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It was ok. I do like how the author put suicide prevention information in the back of the book. Maybe this was personal for her? Don't know, didn't read her bio or acknowledgments. SPOILERS NEXT.
Everything was going fine in the book until 'Johnny' and Shine had sex. He's gay, openly admits it, I have gay friends and none of them would think about having sex with a girl. Plus, they were in a mental institution and he somehow produces a condom?? How? I think that part could've been left out. The kiss I was ok with but she took it too far with them having sex.
Hate to say that killed the rest of the book for me. But others liked the idea. It all depends on taste.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7bdb2c4) out of 5 stars It was just ok Jan. 15 2014
By Addictedtomykindle - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
With all the great reviews I was really excited to read this book. It was kind of a let down. It moved really fast for me and seemed rushed. It started out good and I loved Moon and Shines relationship but after the incident happens everything just seemed rushed to me especially Shine and Bradley's relationship. I wasn't feeling that at all and didn't agree with what they did. Felt like he was taking advantage of her or something and I couldn't understand it with how she felt about Moon that she would do that with him. Wouldn't recommend this anyone to read.